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Family Environment and Borderline Personality Disorder [Number 23]

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McMaster University Borderline Studies Group, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Progress in Psychiatry, No. 23. 18 Contributors. DNLM: 1. Family.
Hardcover, 159 pages
Published September 1st 1990 by American Psychiatric Publishing
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Nyie Rombeng
some people says number 23 is alternative number after number 13.believe it or not this number invites curious feeling till now.number 23 content mysterious & supernatural knowledge.but i don't agree if number 23 called as unlucky number like number 13.it's really different,actually.and now please enjoying number 23 into the story like this,readers!:)
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